Sustainable transport options for staff and students
Griffith University encourages its staff and students to use sustainable transport.
The University’s Sustainable Transport Strategy aims to increase the proportion of travel that is made by sustainable modes of transportation.
Consider using the University’s intercampus bus, cycle, choose public transport options or use video conferencing to reduce the number of trips.
Cycling is a great way to get to University and is a healthy and cost-effective method of transport. It reduces greenhouse gas emissions and traffic congestion. Bike racks and End-of-trip facilities are available across our campuses.
Public transport is managed by TransLink. The cheapest and easiest way to use light rail, bus and train services is to use a go card - a rechargeable travel card that gives users discounted fares. You can plan your travel with the Translink Journey Planner or the MyTransLink app.
The University’s Fleet vehicle booking service includes the option to 'Share a Ride' with other colleagues. Visit the Fleet site, select the date and destination, match your travel requirements and contact the relevant driver.
If travelling, schedule meetings and appointments to occur during the one trip.
Use our up-to-date video conferencing facilities whenever possible –this helps to reduce carbon emissions and increase staff safety and productivity.